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Sarah Ha­váčo­vá

Sarah Haváčová

Actor (guest)


Sarah Haváčová was born in 1990 in Vyškov, southern Moravia. While still a student of acting at JAMU (the Janáček Academy of Performing Arts) in Brno, she had a starring role as the Princess in a fairytale produced by the Czech Television (School for Princes, 2010). After graduating, she became ensemble member at the Petr Bezruč Theatre (Divadlo Petra Bezruče) in Ostrava, with a number of leading roles to her credit (including Luise in Schiller’s Kabale und Liebe in a direction by Mikoláš Tyc), before moving to Prague as freelance actress in 2017. She has appeared in the National Theatre’s drama company (Rudnick: The New Century, directed by Braňo Holiček) and collaborates with Prague City Theatres as guest actress.

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